8 episodes

Inwood Art Works On Air! is a hyper-local podcast devoted to the musicians, filmmakers, writers, theater makers, and artists of all stripes that make their home in the neighborhoods of Washington Heights, Inwood, and Marble Hill, NYC, aka "Upstate Manhattan." In Artist Spotlight segments, we meet local artists and creators in their favorite local haunts. “Live N’ Local” segments introduce us to the musicians, and the music, of upper Manhattan, and include intimate live performances.

For videos accompanying accompanying each episode visit Inwoodartworks.nyc and and Inwood Art Works on YouTube and Facebook.
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    • Performing Arts
    • 5.0, 6 Ratings

Inwood Art Works On Air! is a hyper-local podcast devoted to the musicians, filmmakers, writers, theater makers, and artists of all stripes that make their home in the neighborhoods of Washington Heights, Inwood, and Marble Hill, NYC, aka "Upstate Manhattan." In Artist Spotlight segments, we meet local artists and creators in their favorite local haunts. “Live N’ Local” segments introduce us to the musicians, and the music, of upper Manhattan, and include intimate live performances.

For videos accompanying accompanying each episode visit Inwoodartworks.nyc and and Inwood Art Works on YouTube and Facebook.
Subscribe, and never miss an episode!

    Inwood Art Works On Air Trailer

    Inwood Art Works On Air Trailer

    Inwood Art Works On Air is a free podcast produced by Inwood Art Works. If you would like to support this podcast by setting up a $2 to $20 monthly tax-deductible donation to Inwood Art Works please visit www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now (http://www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now). If you would like to feature your small business and support Inwood Art Works by sponsoring an episode, contact us! Corporate and neighborhood small business sponsorships are available. Email info@inwooodartworks.nyc (mailto:info@inwooodartworks.nyc) for more information.

     
     

    • 2 min
    Live N' Local With Samantha Echo

    Live N' Local With Samantha Echo

    Samantha Echo is a singing, songwriting fairy/abomination who was allegedly called into existence as the bastard child of an acid-induced one-night-stand between Leonard Cohen and one of the Disney Princesses (it probably happened at the Chelsea Hotel). She and her music have been described as "somewhere between dangerous and whimsy" (Jack Murray, Unknown Nobodies), meaning that she has fairy wings and a non-threatening babyface but she sings about horrible things; "Dark Fairy Rock" (Jamie Ignao), "Comic Con's Kate Bush" (Janna Pelle), meaning that she has a very high, girly soprano voice and is almost too nerdy to function; and a female incarnation of Morrissey (Siv Disa), meaning that her lyrics will depress you but in a good way. For more information visit: www.samanthaecho.com
    Watch for new Inwood Art Works On Air episodes! Live N' Local episodes drop the first Thursday of each month, and Artist Spotlight episodes drop two weeks later. Subscribe so you don't miss a thing! And please, show local artists (and us!) some love by leaving some stars and a review on Apple Podcasts.
    Inwood Art Works On Air is produced by Inwood Art Works. If you would like to support this this podcast by setting up a $2 to $20 monthly tax-deductible donation to Inwood Art Works please visit www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now (http://www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now). If you would like to feature your small business and support Inwood Art Works On Air by sponsoring an episode, contact us. Corporate and neighborhood small business sponsorships are available; email info@inwooodartworks.nyc (mailto:info@inwooodartworks.nyc) for more info.

    • 29 min
    Live N' Local With Jamie Reynolds

    Live N' Local With Jamie Reynolds

    Jamie Reynolds is a Canadian pianist, keyboardist and composer who has lived in New York City since 2005. He graduated with honors from the University of Toronto in 2004, where he studied with David Braid, Mike Murley, Phil Nimmons, and many others. Jamie moved to New York in 2005 when he was awarded multiple Canada Council grants to study privately with Fred Hersch and Craig Taborn. He has also received professional development grants for touring in 2012 and for recording his album Counterpart in 2013. Jamie has performed at New York's top jazz clubs and has toured extensively in Canada, the U.S., and Europe, including a performance at the Newport Jazz Festival. For more information visit www.jamiereynoldspiano.com (http://www.jamiereynoldspiano.com/).
    Be on the lookout for new Inwood Art Works On Air programming released monthly! Subscribe to this podcast or the Inwood Art Works YouTube channel to make sure you don't miss an episode. And please show us some love by reviewing this podcast on iTunes.
    Inwood Art Works On Air is a free podcast produced by Inwood Art Works. If you would like to support this monthly program by setting up a $2 to $20 monthly tax-deductible donation to Inwood Art Works please visit www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now (http://www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now). If you would like to feature your small business and support Inwood Art Works by sponsoring an episode, contact us! Corporate and neighborhood small business sponsorships are available. Email info@inwooodartworks.nyc (mailto:info@inwooodartworks.nyc) for more information.

    • 28 min
    Artist Spotlight with Adam Elliott

    Artist Spotlight with Adam Elliott

    Adam Elliott is Jewish. He was born in New York City and has written and acted mostly for the internet. Not porn, but definitely not Netflix either.His first short film, "A Roommate Short," played at several festivals including the Greenwich Village Film Festival and Inwood Film Festival. He served as a Staff Writer and Actor on the Digital Series, "The Age of Insecurity" (Adriano Valentini Productions). He also served as a Staff Writer and Actor on the Digital Series, "Little Italy, Los Angeles" (Adaptive Studios). Adam's short documentary about his father, "Harv," won the 2017 Greenwich Village Film Festival and 2018 Inwood Film Festival. The film also launched the Harv Toback Fund (www.harvtobackfund.org (harvtobackfund.org)) for the Arts, which raises money for Art Therapy Programs for Hospitals and Medical Facilities. More recently, his Short Film, "Adam Adamson: Licensed Realtor" (C Minus Productions) made its World Premiere at the IFC Center in New York. Adam can be seen in the newly released Digital Series “How to do Shit with Guido Gagootz.” His upcoming Short Film, “A Best Man” is currently in post-production and was a grant recipient of the inaugural Inwood Art Works Filmmaker Fund Award. For more, visit Adam's production company, C Minus Productions, at www.cminusproductions.com (http://www.cminusproductions.com/).

    • 18 min
    Artist Spotlight with Samuel Hunter

    Artist Spotlight with Samuel Hunter

    Samuel D. Hunter’s plays include The Whale (Drama Desk Award, Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play, GLAAD Media Award, Drama League and Outer Critics Circle nominations for Best Play), A Bright New Boise (Obie Award, Drama Desk nomination for Best Play), The Few, A Great Wilderness, Rest, Pocatello, Lewiston, Clarkston, and most recently, The Healing and The Harvest. He is the recipient of a 2014 MacArthur “Genius Grant” Fellowship, a 2012 Whiting Writers Award, the 2013 Otis Guernsey New Voices Award, the 2011 Sky Cooper Prize, the 2008 PONY/Lark Fellowship, and an honorary doctorate from the University of Idaho. His plays have been produced in New York at Playwrights Horizons, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Clubbed Thumb and Page 73, and around the country at such theaters as Seattle Rep, South Coast Rep, Victory Gardens, Williamstown Theater Festival, The Old Globe, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Denver Center Theatre Company, Marin Theater Company, and elsewhere.
    Samuel's work has been developed at the O’Neill Playwrights Conference, the Ojai Playwrights Conference, Seven Devils, and PlayPenn. A published anthology of his work, including The Whale and A Bright New Boise, is available from TCG books. He is a member of New Dramatists, an Ensemble Playwright at Victory Gardens, a member of Partial Comfort Productions, and was a 2013 Resident Playwright at Arena Stage. A native of northern Idaho, Sam lives in Inwood, NYC. He holds degrees in playwriting from NYU, The Iowa Playwrights Workshop, and Juilliard.
    Watch for new Inwood Art Works On Air episodes! Live N' Local episodes drop the first Thursday of each month, and Artist Spotlight episodes drop two weeks later. Subscribe so you don't miss a thing! And please, show local artists (and us!) some love by leaving some stars and a review on Apple Podcasts.
    Inwood Art Works On Air is produced by Inwood Art Works. If you would like to support this this podcast by setting up a $2 to $20 monthly tax-deductible donation to Inwood Art Works please visit www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now (http://www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now). If you would like to feature your small business and support Inwood Art Works On Air by sponsoring an episode, contact us. Corporate and neighborhood small business sponsorships are available; email info@inwooodartworks.nyc (mailto:info@inwooodartworks.nyc) for more info.

    • 27 min
    Live N' Local With Double Entendre

    Live N' Local With Double Entendre

    Founded in 2005, NYC-based Double Entendre Music Ensemble is a collective of like-minded musicians devoted to adventurous exploration of the double reed repertoire. Noted for its first-rate musicianship and creativity, the Ensemble illuminates classics, revives neglected music, and commissions new works for these soulful instruments. Led by Kathryn Englehardt, the ensemble performs everywhere from concert halls to beer halls, in churches and bookstores, schools and parks, Double Entendre reaches a diverse audience wherever engaged listeners are found. For more information visit www.doubleentendre.org (http://www.doubleentendre.org/)
    Watch for new Inwood Art Works On Air episodes! Live N' Local episodes drop the first Thursday of each month, and Artist Spotlight episodes drop two weeks later. Subscribe so you don't miss a thing! And please, show local artists (and us!) some love by leaving some stars and a review on Apple Podcasts.
    Inwood Art Works On Air is produced by Inwood Art Works. If you would like to support this this podcast by setting up a $2 to $20 monthly tax-deductible donation to Inwood Art Works please visit www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now (http://www.inwoodartworks.nyc/support/donate-now). If you would like to feature your small business and support Inwood Art Works On Air by sponsoring an episode, contact us. Corporate and neighborhood small business sponsorships are available; email info@inwooodartworks.nyc (mailto:info@inwooodartworks.nyc) for more info.

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Dyckman1785 ,

An "Upstate Manhattan" Artistic Showcase

On Air from Inwood Art Works is a hyper-local podcast where we meet film, stage, music, visual artists and writers from Inwood NYC and its neighboring communities of Marble Hill, Riverdale, Kingsbridge, and Washington Heights.
The programming consists of two featured segments: Artist Spotlight and Live N’ Local. In Artist Spotlight segments they tell the stories of Inwood artists and creators recorded at beloved local haunts in the community, like Indian Road Cafe, Amore Cafe, Republica, etc. In Live N’ Local segments they interview Inwood musicians and provide an intimate platform to feature a live showcase of their work.

barbharv ,

A terrific podcast for the community and beyond!

Inwood is a quaint neighborhood on the northern tip of Manhattan. Over the past several years, Aaron Simms and his team have run a nonprofit called Inwood Art Works, which has helped support artists of all kinds in showcasing their work. Inwood Art Works has helped Inwood become a new artistic hub in New York City. This podcast continues to highlight the incredible artist community that Inwood truly is. Well worth a listen and subscribe!

tobizzy85 ,

Inwood Art Works continues to shine bright with this Podcast

Inwood Art Works continues to show their unparalleled support of local artists, musicians, filmmakers and more with this new podcast. What Aaron Simms and his team have done with The Inwood Film Festival, the popup gallery shows, the culture hub and Inwood Art Works as a whole is simply extraordinary. This new podcast gives artists who are local to Upper Manhattan and The Bronx a chance to showcase their work. Bravo.

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